Protecting Your Employees + Business

A solid approach to risk management requires that organizations are prepared to respond to a variety of different scenarios: theft, civil disturbance, cyber-attack, pandemics, natural disasters and intellectual property theft. It can be challenging for organizations to calculate in advance the financial impact associated with loss of productivity, loss of customer business, legal fees and reputational damage, but one thing is for sure: a poorly managed crisis event will cost dramatically more. Leaders must prepare and plan for how they will protect their employees and their business and respond quickly if they find themselves in the eye of a storm. Organizations that focus on building resilience and getting their operations back to a “known good state” will be able to weather the types of cascading consequences that can accompany a major crisis.


Monitor internal vulnerabilities and external threats

Maintain global situational awareness of people and assets

See and correlate relevant risks

Generate timely and accurate reports

vidsys in action

Vidsys software has a rules engine and work flow tools that give end users the ability to pre-determine what data should be correlated and what should be filtered out. For example, from a video analytics alert, a command center operator can be instantaneously presented with the exact location of a potential security breach and surrounding assets on a map, along with step-by-step instructions for evaluation and resolution. This includes pushing crucial information such as video camera views through a mobile interface to a responding officer. The dynamic reporting feature can generate detailed reports for after action analysis or as part of a forensic record.


Vidsys creates efficiencies for its commercial enterprise clients. Vidsys software enabled a global technology company concerned about intellectual property theft to maintain its security force head count even though it doubled the size of its physical campus during the last five years. This company realized a 66% reduction in response time and a 50% reduction in false alarms from access control systems.